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What is the path of an object around a larger object in space?

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What is the path of an object around a larger object in space?

Orbit:

When an object in spaces revolves around a much larger object it is said to be in orbit of the larger object. The shape of an orbit is an ellipse, and the more elliptical the orbit is the more eccentric it is said to be.

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What is the path of an object around a larger object in space?


The path of an object around a large object in space is its orbit.


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Stable Orbital Motion of a Satellite: Physics Lab

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